aslak

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Player Information
Name:
Timi Verkkoperä
Birth:
March 25, 1993 (1993-03-25) (age 24)
Country:
Status:
Team:
Role(s):
Approx. Total Winnings:
$11,773
Links
History
Counter-Strike 1.6:
2010-08-19 – 2010-10-14
2010-10-14 – 2011-05-25
2011-05-25 – 2011-06-26
2012-07-01 – 2011-08-04
2011-08-04 – 2012-05-15

Counter-Strike: Global Offensive:

2013-01-10 – 2013-02-25
2013-05-02 – 2013-05-21
2013-05-26 – 2013-08-13
2014-01-17 – 2014-02-05
2014-02-05 – 2014-03-07
2015-??-?? – 2015-??-??
2015-02-21 – 2015-06-24
2015-06-24 – 2015-07-22
2015-07-22 – 2015-09-12
2016-03-17 – 2016-05-08
2017-09-24 – Present
iGame.com (Trial)

Timi "aslak" Verkkoperä (born March 25, 1993) is a Finnish professional Counter-Strike: Global Offensive player and former Counter-Strike 1.6 player.

Gear and settings[edit]

Mouse settings (list of)
Mouse Effective DPI cm/360 in/360 DPI In-game sens. Windows sens. Zoom sens. Raw input? Polling rate Mousepad
ROCCAT Kone Pure Military 1160 35.8 14.1 400 2.9 6/11 0.78 On 1000 Hz SteelSeries QcK Heavy
No date of last update specified!

Achievements[edit]

Date Placement Tier Tournament Team Result Prize
2015-08-01 A22nd A2Major AMD CS:GO Challenge Summer 2015 1 : 2 $3,000
2015-07-14 A33rd A2Major Game Show CS:GO League Season 2 0 : 2 $4,000
2013-01-12 A11st A3Minor Lantrek 2013 2 : 1 $1,868.12
2012-12-16 A22nd A2Major ASUS Final Battle of the Year 2012 0 : 2 $3,000
2012-04-07 A33rd A2Major Copenhagen Games 2012 14 - 16 $3,404.26
2012-01-20 A55 - 6th A1Premier IEM VI Global Challenge Kiev 1/0/2 Grp. S. $2,200
2011-10-16 A22nd A1Premier IEM VI Global Challenge New York 0 : 2 $8,000
2011-10-09 A33rd A2Major SEC 2011 2 : 0 $5,000
2011-10-05 A33rd A1Premier IEM VI Global Challenge Guangzhou 2 : 0 $4,500
2011-08-20 A55 - 6th A1Premier WEG e-Stars 2011 3 - 16 $5,518.26
About achievementsComplete Results in any Tournament

Trivia[edit]

  • Was voted the 17th best player of 2011 by HLTV.org.[1]
  • Is somewhat notorious in the Finnish scene for his frequent yet seemingly never wholehearted claims of retiring from gaming, having most recently done so after leaving ROCCAT in September 2015 and announcing it later in December, yet proceeding to sign for SkitLite in March 2016.

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